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to demand the meaning of the white flag. The boat soon returned, bringing Lieut. Creigel with the following written communication from Samuel Barron, late Captain i. [Here follows the memorandum from Capt. Barron, as given below.] Mr. Creigel also brought a verbal communication from Com. Barron, stating that he had in Leder, of the regulars. A scouting party, under Lieut. Col. Weiss and Lieut. Creigel, proceeded up the beach, capturing one brass field-piece and a horse. The reparatory and common-place remarks, the Commodore placed in the hands of Lieutenant Creigel the following proposition, which he immediately carried to Gen. Butler: following reply of Gen. Butler was dispatched by Capt. Crosby, U. S. N., and Lt. Creigel: Fort Hatteras, Aug. 29, 1861. Memorandum: Benj. F. Butler, Major and Stripes were hoisted from the fort by Capt. Crosby, of the U. S. N., and Lt. Creigel, amid the cheers of the troops and the booming of the cannon lately in the p